Check out the new poster designed by Amanda Moore for the kick-off event on March 10th at the Wallrus wall! It’s going to be awesome!
Also, be sure to check out the recent KOMO news article/blog about our Wallrus project, including animator Clyde Petersen’s video that was partially animated on the wall in chalk:
“Unlike a mural, which is painted and then remains static, the animation project is constantly changing. The first artist to take a crack at Wallrus was Clyde Petersen, who used the space to create a giant chalkboard animation. The animation came together slowly, frame by frame, until Petersen had an entire film completed, which he recently released as a music video for the Portland band The Thermals.
Amanda Moore will take over the space next week to create an animated title sequence for her own ambitious project, “The Open Town.” Using characters such as a contortionist, a disgraced police chief and a vaudeville tycoon, Moore will create her own story about the city’s turbulent past.”
And finally, keep an eye on Amanda’s website, where she posts updates on her Wallrus stint, including this picture of a giant cut-out puppet that will be animated on the 10th!